Kronik Hastalığı Olan Yakınlarına Bakım Verenlerin Depresyon, Kaygı, Tükenmişlik Belirtilerinde ve Yas Düzeylerinde Sosyal Destek ve Psikolojik Dayanıklılığın Düzenleyici Rolü
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The main purpose of current study is to investigate the factors that predict depression, anxiety and burnout symptoms and grief levels experienced by caregivers of relatives with chronic diseases and the moderator role of social support and resilience between subjective caregiver burden and caregiving outcomes (depressive symptoms, anxiety symptoms, burnout, grief). Firstly the validity and reliability study of the Prolonged Grief Disorder Scale-Caregiver Form in Turkey was carried out. The sample of the main study consisted of 318 participants between the ages of 18-65 who live in Turkey and care for a relative with a chronic disease. Sociodemographic Information and Caregiving Form, Prolonged Grief Disorder Scale-Caregiver Form, Zarit Caregiver Burden Scale, Depression, Anxiety and Stress Scale, Multidimensional Perceived Social Support Scale, Resilience Scale for Adults and Maslach Burnout Scale were administered to the participants. IBM SPSS 22.0 program and PROCESS extension of Hayes (2018) were used. Pearson Product-Moment Correlation Analysis, Spearman Ranking Correlation Coefficient Analysis, One-Way Multivariate Analysis of Variance (MANOVA), Hierarchical Multiple Linear Regression Analysis and Simple Moderation Analysis were conducted. As a result of analysis, it was found that subjective caregiver burden was a significant predictor of all caregiving outcomes, as well as subjective caregiver burden and caregiving outcomes were associated both with various demographic variables and variables related to the disease and caregiving process. Social support has a moderator role between subjective caregiver burden and burnout; resilience has a moderator role between the subjective caregiver burden and the levels of depressive symptoms and grief. The findings were discussed in the light of the literature. Finally, the clinical implications and limitations of the study were evaluated and recommendations for future research were presented.